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it is washington in the traditional sense. rush limbaugh lives in florida and you would think that he had some elected or pointed position within the republican party. tavis: but it is partisan politics. >> some of it is partisan politics and i understand partisan politics. i do not understand racist comments. what is very having the nobody seems to remember now what justice wrote in the dred scott decision. he wrote a black man has no right that a white man is bound to respect. this is the chief justice of the united states sprem court. supreme court. people seem to have forgotten that. that distinguished judges like bran dice and benjamin cardoza, distinguished in the law, did not always vote in spore of equality for people that were not white people. tavis: there is one thing i want to get to. we referenced president obama a couple of times in this conversation. how do you think he is doing overall? >> i give him an a for leadership. tavis: yeah. >> and it is still an unbelievable -- it's incredulous, still. i grew up -- i was born in 1935 in atlanta, georgia. and i remember the 1943 gubern
powell out of the party, i say dow really think --. >> rose: that is rush limbaugh, isn't it. >> well, it is a lot of people. i went out on my book tour and i was trying to explain to people, if you want to be a national party again, you got to win a seat or two in new england. and let me tell you something, people who look like me and talk like me from the south, we're probably not going to do well in northeast harvard maine. colin powell with. olympia snowee will. tony snow will. >> i just threw that out there. i own northeast. i'm sure it would be just like the book tour. vote for him. >> okay, if you say so, okay i will vote for him. but they kicked colin powell out of the party is insane. i learned on the book tour t is fascinating speaking in new england. hi a lot of people come up to me, a lot of older gentleman, especially come up to me and say ised to vote for republicans when they were like you. i said i'm really conservative. >> yeah. >> rose: . >> i'm like a libertarian i'm so conservative. >> no, no, no, no. you're not a hater. and what i realized on this book tour, two t
really.... >> rose: that's rush limbaugh. >> well, it's a lot of people. i went out on my booker to and i was trying to explain to people, if you want to be a national party again, you've got to win a seat or two in new england. and let me tell you something, people who lookike me and talk like me from the south, we're probably not going to do well in northeast harbor maine. colin powell will. olympia snowe will. >> rose: well, in the northeast... >> i just threw that out. there i own the northeast with mika with me. okay, mika, if you say so, i'll vote for you. but they kicked colin powell out of the party. you know what i learned on this book shower in it's fascinating. speaking in new england. i had a lot of people come up to me, a lot of older gentlemen especially come up to me and say "i used to vote for republicans when they were like you." said "i'm really conservative, i'm like a libertarian i'm so conservative." they said "no, you're not a hater." and what i realized on this book tour, two things, one good, one bad. the good thing is that moderates even people left of center, wil
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